American Legion

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American Legion
American Legion is listed in the Fraternal Organizations category in Glenwood, Iowa. Displayed below are the social networks for American Legion which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Instagram account, a Linkedin company page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Legion on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 0.

Contact information for American Legion is:
104 N Vine St
Glenwood, IA 51534
(712) 527-5129
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#NationalPoppyDay is May 26, We're encouraging all to wear poppies to #honor fallen servicemembers bit.ly/2pRvMAs


RT @nikkiwentling: .@potus urges Senate to pass accountability legislation to fire employees more quickly, like what the House passed in Ma…


RT @LegioninDC: Listen to @AmericanLegion John Kamin on how to protect yourself from #predatory #colleges: vetsvoiceradio.com/podcast/protec…


RT @nikkiwentling: Here at VA, where @POTUS will sign an EO establishing a new accountability office at 4:45ET. Watch live: https://t.co/W1…


RT @LegioninDC: @AmericanLegion Tammie Gillums discusses #veterans #caregivers issues to the @HouseVetAffairs committee. https://t.co/xobhs…

Nice honor for a great guy.
American Legion members gathered at the Hollywood Walk of Fame to support Gary Sinise receiving a star.

If you didn’t have a chance to join the #ExploreVA Facebook Chat earlier this week, don’t worry! Here’s a recap of the conversation about U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) pre-need burial eligibility determination program: https://t.co/cjLjmuF0f3


A fantastic effort on the part of Legionnaire William “Sarge” Garlitz.
Maryland Legionnaire's hard work pays off when Maryland General Assembly passes legislation to fly POW-MIA flag over all state buildings that fly the U.S. flag.

“I believe this is one of the most worthwhile programs that we have tried,” said Iris Keen, a Unit 73 member. “It’s about teaching these kids that they can always read and learn and explore through reading. That’s our goal … to help the kids get excited about reading.”
Legion family members of the Alabama post helped children in the YMCA's afterschool program read and write reports for $2 a book.